This chapter investigates some aspects of how a biography experienced in a particular cultural milieu gives shape to the forms and figures in the life world and covers the macro-cultural formulation. The theoretical discussions in the chapter are intended to frame in particular how the individual student, represented to him through his life world, can experience his learning among others from within the worldview, self-identity, and personal characteristics accumulated through the author biography. Peter Jarvis presents the possibility that, the mediascapes and enthnoscapes explored in the context of globalization, the people now recognize that all live in multi-cultural lifeworlds. The chapter presents the dialogic process as 'learning', and its outcome as a reshaping of the life world, and to stand in a new relationship to the world. It discusses how there is a collective shift and how some cultural practices of the youth of the technological age have shifted from those of the author generation.